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Three modes of synaptic vesicular recycling revealed by single-vesicle imaging
Synapses recycle their spent vesicles in order to keep up with on-going neurotransmitter release. To investigate vesicle recycling in the small synapses of hippocampal neurons, we have used anExpand
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Spatial attention affects brain activity in human primary visual cortex.
Functional MRI was used to test whether instructing subjects to attend to one or another location in a visual scene would affect neural activity in human primary visual cortex. Stimuli were movingExpand
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Cortical Plasticity Induced by Inhibitory Neuron Transplantation
Inflexible Timing for Flexibility During critical periods in early life, sensory experience molds circuits in the brain. In the visual cortex, blurring or occluding vision in one eye triggers a rapidExpand
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Delayed plasticity of inhibitory neurons in developing visual cortex
During postnatal development, altered sensory experience triggers the rapid reorganization of neuronal responses and connections in sensory neocortex. This experience-dependent plasticity isExpand
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Inhibitory Neuron Transplantation into Adult Visual Cortex Creates a New Critical Period that Rescues Impaired Vision
The maturation of inhibitory circuits in juvenile visual cortex triggers a critical period in the development of the visual system. Although several manipulations of inhibition can alter the timingExpand
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Neuregulin-1/ErbB4 Signaling Regulates Visual Cortical Plasticity
Experience alters cortical networks through neural plasticity mechanisms. During a developmental critical period, the most dramatic consequence of occluding vision through one eye (monocularExpand
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Color Signals in Human Motion-Selective Cortex
The neural basis for the effects of color and contrast on perceived speed was examined using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). Responses to S cone (blue-yellow) and L + M cone (luminance)Expand
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Location of the polysensory zone in the precentral gyrus of anesthetized monkeys
Neurons in the premotor cortex of macaques respond to tactile, visual and auditory stimuli. The distribution of these responses was studied in five anesthetized monkeys. In each monkey, multiunitExpand
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Longitudinal epidemiological study of coronary heart disease in a rural population of Kheda district, Gujarat, India
SummaryThe present study was undertaken to determine the incidence and related risk factors for coronary heart diseases and hypertension in the rural population of Kheda district, Gujarat (India).Expand
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Caveolin1 Is Required for Th1 Cell Infiltration, but Not Tight Junction Remodeling, at the Blood-Brain Barrier in Autoimmune Neuroinflammation.
Lymphocytes cross vascular boundaries via either disrupted tight junctions (TJs) or caveolae to induce tissue inflammation. In the CNS, Th17 lymphocytes cross the blood-brain barrier (BBB) before Th1Expand
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